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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hit Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press ana United Pren InteraaHonaJ Full UIM Wiwi MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 1961 t Consists rf Two SectionsSection No 7 Goals of Russ unchanged but Nikita eases tension Red party Congress unwieldy Its merely a rubberstamp By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The principal business of the 22nd Congress of the Communist Party of the US SR is to rubberstamp the new Poh nmaram nh Minnesota Partly cloudy cool North Iowa Partly cloudy and turning colder Tuesday night lows in upper 40s northwest to lower 50s southeast Partly cloudy and colder Wednesday highs in middle 60s to lower 70s Iowa Partly cloudy and turning Backs oft on Berlin deadline FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Khrushchev Tuesday acted to take some of the pressure off world tensions But his final goals as pre sented before the 22nd Com munist party congress in Mos cow remained as President Ken nedy described ap ple for an orchard colder north and west central He withdrew his Dec 31 1961 fair and mild elsewhere Tuesl deadline for signing a separate day night lows 40s northwestjpeace treaty with the Commu te 50s southeast Partly cloudy and turning colder Wednesday highs 60s northwest to 70s ex treme southeast Further out look Mostly fair continued cool Thursday Communist Party program pub lished July 30 and the new party rules published on Aug 5 On a practical basis the party Congress is too unwieldy to perform any deliberative or legislative func tions About 4500 delegates are on hand as against 1375 who at tended the 21st ex traordinary session held in Jan uary 1959 Among these is Com rade Nikita S Khrushchev elect ed unanimously from the Kalinin industrial district of Moscow The Congress technically is the supreme organ of the Communist Party rather than government al body Party statutes provide that ordinary Congresses are to be convened not less often than once in four years But only two regular Congresses aside from the special 1959 session have been held since 1939 The draft program replaces one put forward by Lenin at the eighth Congress in March 1919 It looks ahead 20 years and envis ages Russias passage from so cialism to full communism and its er Highs Wednesday in 50s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 83 49 55 68 41 Expects Peace Corps worker to leave LAGOS Nigeria UP The Ni gerian government tooka calm approach Tuesday toward the Peace Corps girls postcard that went astray but indicated it ex pected the young American who penned the critical view of Nigerian life Margery Michel jmore to leave the country A government spokesman Monday night sidestepped demands by sia will end its current nuclear mega ton means one million tons test series by the end of thisjand in the nuclear field denotes month after setting off a 50thow much TNT would be re megaton nuclear explosion the quired to produce the same ef biggest bomb ever exploded by feet man U S officials have said a 100megaton bomb would cause total destruction in an area 11 or 12 miles in all directions from He said that Russia already has a 100megaton bomb but does not intend to test it May God grant that we never have to explode it he added because we might then blow in our own windows In Washington it was noted nist East Germans in exchangej for a reasonable and realjthat the largest nuclear weapon istic view by the Western far was a 15mega ers as led by the United States jton Hbomb set off by the Unit He also announced that Rused States on March 1 1954 A the point of impact This is only a little over twice the area that would be destroyed by a 10megaton bomb Id rather have three 10meg aton or two 20megaton weapons surpassing the strongest richest capitalist country USA and the Guarded reaction by West WASHINGTON WVUS authori ties greeted with restraint Tues day Soviet Premier Khrushchevs removal of his deadline for push ing the Berlin crisis to a head Khrushchev told the Communist party congress the Soviet Union will not insist on signing an East German peace treaty by the end of this year as he had been threatening But US officials noted that Khrushchev coupled this with an announcement that the Soviets Nigerian students for the deiwjn set Off on Oct 31 the biggest portation of the 37 US Peace explosion in the history of manj Corps volunteers with an appeal 50megaton nuclear bomb any one US official said j the armed forces on both blocs and reduction of armed forces on The smiling businesslike soil in which the speech was de1 for cool heads PLOT BARED QUITO Ecuador j which many US strategists feel goes beyond any military use The White House said Presi dent Kennedy will have abso lutely no comment Tuesday on warns will have to fight various Monday night the arrest of 16 j Khrushchevs speech opportunist trends The chiefpersons charged with a wide Washington authorities wanted danger is revisionism right 0psPrcad Plot toPPle Ulc rcgimeito withhold judgment of the portunism which of course is President Jose Maria Velasspeech until there is more op The party the draft program j dors government announced the pro gram of the League of Commuj nists of Yugoslavia The next danger named is dog matism and No mention is made in this context of Ked China Indeed the pro gram refers to China only in pass ing as a member nation of the expanding Socialist camp But in the jargonof communism Red Chinese are identified as arch dogmatists just as Yugoslavs are archrevisionists The ideological split between Soviet Russia and Communist China is widest over the concept of the inevitability of war Peking contends 1 That the struggle between socialism and capitalism SAME portunity to study his words and see what he means Western European government sources gave an initial guarded welcome The reaction went something like this The West has won the first round in the diplomatic battle with Russia over Berlin but we Osage girls Angus wins grand award KANSAS CITY Mo UPI glistening Black Angus steer owned by Judy Vining Osage Iowa Tuesday was named grand champion of the annual American Royal Live stock Show The 1600pound steer May be II was picked by the judges as the best in the field of five champions of individ ual classes The individual champions included two Here fords one of them the shows junior champion a Polled Hereford and a Shorthorn The 17yearold Iowa farm girls entry was selected Mon day as the best in the class of Angus steers entered in the show It was a wonderful sur prise said Judy after receiv ing the grand championship trophy She said two years ago she exhibited an Angus calf here that was selected the livered failed to cover other con ditions which under present cir cumstances the West also must find unacceptable As measures to solve press ing regional political problems Khrushchev proposed Atom free zones in Europe and the Far East A nonaggression pact be tween NATO and the members j of the Communist Warsaw Treaty Defense Alliance A disengagement zone between Nikita in a nutshell By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Highlights uof Soviet Premier Khrushchevs speech Tuesday announcing a nu clear bomb equivalent to 50 mil lion tons of TNT will be exploded Oct 31 We have a 100million ton bomb but we do not intend to explode it If we happen to ex plode jt Jnr the wrong place we might break our own windows the Western pow ers display readiness to settle the German problem the question oi the time limit for the signing of a German peace treaty will not be so material We shall not in that the peace treaty be signed by all means before Dec Western agreement to atom free zones in Europe automat ically would create a vacuum open ing the whole of Central Europe to communist infiltration and to Soviet superiority in manpower and conventional arms The disengagement zone only thinly covered previous Soviet demands for withdrawal of all American troops from foreign soil In crowded western Europe any such zone would place allied forces with their backs to the sea In short while the language ap 1961 UN The machinery has reserve champion of the junior grown rusty in the cold war I years and has been operating peared the goal re mained the destroy the Western alliance and establish in western Europe a creeping neutrality opening the way to Soviet conquest The speech also provided an other example of what one American diplomat in Europe re cently called Khrushchevs yo yo diplomacy alternating threats with the olive branch while main taining steady pressure to split the United States from its Allies He sought to arouse old antag onisms among the British French and West Germans and he sin gled out Japan Iraq and Pakis tan as nations with which normal relations were impossible because of their close ties with Western show Judys twin sister Joy helped show the champion This years reserve cham pion the runnerup to Judys steer was a 900pound Here ford shown by Earl Kindes fater Eaton Colo Kindes fater named his steer Droopy V fully It is time to grant genuine f iy equal rights in all UN agen colonial cies to the three groups of states that have come into being in the world Socialist neutralist and imperialist had the im pression that the Western powers i display a certain understanding of sought to place a ag on the Western The grand champion will be the situation and are inclined to auctioned at a special sale Wednesday Last years grand must expect mounting Sovietj champion steer was sold to pressures for early EastWest ne gotiations of a settlement on So viet terms N ewsjn a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES genuine peace cannot be assured NEW YORK A Coast Guard cutter spotted while imperialism survives and two flares 1000 milesoff the Virginia coast kindling 3 that socialisms final victory hopes of finding survivors from a B52G bomber cannot be attained without war missing with eight crewmen since Saturdays air Last December in a meeting defense exercises But 11 hours after the first flare of Communist leaders from 81 j Was sighted a combined airsea search failed to locate any trace of the downed airmen Finland remains neutral WASHINGTON President Urho Kekkonen said Finland wants no part of military pacts with the is firmly resolved to stand up to Russia if Kansas City restaurant owner J D Putsch for more than 55000 Bulletin seek a solution for the German problem and the West Berlin is sue on a mutually acceptable basis DISARMAMENT The strug gle for general and complete dis armament is a major component of the party foreign policy of our powers in his call to new and un derdeveloped nations to follow the road to communism Khrushchev charged the west ern powers with deliberately cre ating a Berlin infact with responsibility for all the worlds major international troubles But even if we should agree with the United States President who quite recently stated that our forces were equal even then it is plainly unreasonable to use the threat of war he said Since equality is admitted the proper conclusions must be drawn from LEE P LOOMIS U of Minnesota press award to Lee P Loomis Lee P Loomis 77 publisher of the Mason City filobeGazette and chairman of the board of Lee Enter prises Inc a group of 15daily newspapers Tuesday received theMinnesota Award for Distinguished Serv ice in Journalism The award was presented by Dr Robert L Jones director of the School of Journalism at the University of Minnesota at the annual meeting of the Inland Press Association in Chicago It was accepted for Loomis by Ray N Rorick GlobeGazette business manager The Minnesota Award consisting of a bronze medal and a certificate is made annually at the Inland Press Association meeting to an editor publisher or newspaper worker who has performed distinguished to his community state and na tion through journalism over a long period of time The recipient of the award is selected by the Minnesota jour nalism faculty Candidates are nominated by association mem bers In receiving the award Loomis follows in the footsteps of a number of distinguished news paper people including his pred ecessor as head of the Lee or ganization E P Adler of the Davenport Times John Cowles of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune and Harry and Geral dine Rasmussen of the Austin Minn Herald Loomis was the 14th winner COEXISTENCE The prin that In our time it is dangerof the Minnesota Award Last jous to pursue a policy from the honor went to Louis A sitions of strength j COLONIALISM Colonialism is Corned and a stake will be nations Red Chinas theses lost out to Khrushchevs line that com munism can triumph over the West without war The line is elaborated in the draft program Peaceful coexistence of the Soi cialist and capitalist countries isj an objective necessity for the de velopment of human society Peaceful coexistence implies re nunciation of war equality mutual understanding and trust between countries consideration ofimutual interests noninterfer ence in internal affairs recogni tion of the right of every people to solve all the problems of their country by themselves strict re spect for the sovereignty and ter ritorial integrity of all countries promotion pf economic and cul tural cooperation on the basis of complete equality and mutual benefit The Red Chinese answer to all these highsounding out even mentioning the Soviet draft to insist that communism can c o m c only through a victorious peoples war and to identify this as the We the Russian congress lasted a total of 6 hours fundamental MarxistLeninist conand 20 minutes He talked for four hours took a cept luncheon break brief rest and then continued flew the XI5 rocket plane to a record 3920 miles an hour 273 mph faster than the old mark held by the same plane The graw The with the speed powers are imposjng unequal treaties on the liberated countries are locating military bases on their territories In the center of jthis refurbished but no less clis Page 4 graceful colonialism stands the 8 i United States of America top speed came brakes extended On the inside Editorials Clear Lake News Society News 1011 Sports 1314 are con ivinced that in the end the Social necessaryCollective security pacts would not help safeguard Finlands existence he said Ike denies jet sale order NEWARK NJ Former President Dwight D Eisenhower said the actual decision to go ahead with the controversial sale of jet fighter planes to Yugoslavia was made after President Kennedy took office 1 Raps drug patent law WASHINGTON r The president of the Ameri can Patent Law Association said proposed legislation to tighten patent laws on drug discoveries was con fiscatory APLA President Robert B Larson at tacked the patent provisions of the bill introduced by Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn is bad bad Speaks for six hours MOSCOW Premier Khrushchevs address be North Iowa News 15 list system will triumph every Latest Markets 16 j where But this in no way implies Mason City News 1617 that we will seek to achieve its Comics 20 jtriumph by interfering in the in Farm News 21 ternal affairs of other countries ONLY m NEWSPAPER ONLY THE NEWSPAPER has such a faithful following Near ly everybody reads a news paper nearly every day Nbtional Newspaper Week COMPETITION The United States has lost its absolute su premacy in world capitalist pro duction and corrimerce The re sult is the United States today occupies approximately the same position among the capitalist countries as it did before the war PRODUCTION The imple mentation of the sevenyear plan will bfing our country up to such a level that little more time will be required to outstrip the United States economically WILL PROBATED LOS ANGELES UPI Leo Carrillos will in which the Weil Jr publisher ofthe Laf ayette Ind Journal and Cour ier In presenting the award be fore a group of 300 newspaper executives Dr Jones stated that the GlobeGazette publisher had surely merited these words on the citation scroll For a long career of endur ing achievement on the high est levels of journalism For accepting the responsi bilities along with the privi leges of leadership For development of a trust worthy and conscientious me dium of public information adequate to the needs of ocratic government in community state and nation For acceptance of the one great condition precedent to human understanding that the free individual flourishes only in soil enriched by the lives and sacrifices of others that service to allis the highest form of service to self In making the selection judges observed that in addition to his newspaper and executive ac complishments Loomis is noted for the range of his civic activ particularly with regard fund campaigns in his home city He has held the chairman An editorial GlobeGazette staff r pointing with pride MEMBERS of the GlobeGazettes staff are making no attempt to conceal their pride in the recognition that has come to their top man and boss which he has spearheaded Lee P Loomis Starting from the lowliest jobs in the business office and news department of the Ottumwa Courier parent paper of the Lee Group he rose to the position of president then chairman of the board his present responsibility North Iowa has been home for him for 36 years From the first day he made it clear to everybody about him that producing the finest newspaper pos sible for Mason City and its trade territory would have priority over all else How well we have succeeded in that assignment is for the reader to say We cam only comment that when the choice was quality and service on the one hand and dollar profit on the otherthe decision has always been with theformer In his home community and in his profession Lee Loomis has been a practitioner of teamplay Whether he was calling the signals or performing in the ranks the common good has been at the center of his thinkir Citation by the University of Minnesota as the Sr left the bulk midwestern Journalist with the most distinguished of his estate in trust achievement over a period of several years i ft C 44 ft n n OQ vl ifor his foster daughter was ad iinittcd to probate Tuesday is a fittingbenediction on a career spanning nearly 60 years 1 Home campaign in Mason City and was chairman of the build ing program for St Johns Episcopal Church there He is presently on the advisory board of St Catherines School in Dav enport He has had a maintain ing interest in the North Iowa Fair and served for many years on its board of directors Loomis came in contact with newspapers early in life Born in Hannibal Mo within the shadow of Mark Twains boy hood haunts he moved with his parents to Bevier Mo where lie completed high school He was 18 years of age and had just completed a year at Obcrlin College when he got a job on the Ottumwa Courier parent newspaper of the Lea Group It was owned and crated by his uncle A W Lee Starting in the subscription dt   

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